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Skulpturenpark Bruno Weber

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Skulpturenpark Bruno Weber

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Daiana I wrote a review Oct 2020
Cluj-Napoca, Romania30 contributions5 helpful votes
We had the feeling of entering a fairy tale with all the fabulous creatures surrounding us. We really enjoyed this park, I don't know why some say it is a visit of 1h at maximum, we have 2 children of less than 3 years old and we spent 1h and a half and we could have stayed more. It is only a pity the place is not well indicated, we had some difficulties to find where to park the car and how to get there. The one who gave us the tickets was very friendly. IMPORTANT to know: it is only open on Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday. And you should better eat before arriving, there was no restaurant open whatsoever inside, at least not today. We will come back, we really loved this place and we hope it will be open to public for a long time.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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klangfabrikdj wrote a review Oct 2019
Olten, Switzerland23 contributions6 helpful votes
I’ve visited the sculpture park twice within a short ti me. First as part of a business trip and then about a week later, after I heard about the interest of my parents. I'm not often seen in art galleries, nor have I been very involved with art in the sense of paintings, sculptures, etc. in the past. But I am open minded. Just because I don't understand something doesn't mean it has „no reason to exist“. You never finished learning 😁 To cut a long story short, a visit is highly recommended. I’ll certainly go and discover something new again. The quantity and dimensions of the sculptures, everything is handmade plus the perseverance of the artist, despite decades of headwind from various groups, is so impressive 👍🏼😎
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Sara D wrote a review Nov 2018
Houston, Texas2 contributions2 helpful votes
Bruno Weber park is a magical place. The location on top of the hill is a big part of its beauty. And yes, it's obviously under constant renovation because it is so huge and most of the sculptures are covered in a layer of small, colorful plates, which is a part of his signature style, but very easy to be consumed over time. It is definitely the place to go visit for any art inthusiast with an athletic build. But if you're a 300 lb couch potato, there's not much for you to do in an outdoor oriented state like Zürich to begin with, let alone BW park. As for the 18 CHF fee, what other activity can you engage in Zurich that costs less than 20 at the very least? That's their economy standard.
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Date of experience: March 2018
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zecuritas wrote a review Mar 2018
London, United Kingdom653 contributions59 helpful votes
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This is quirky little sculpture park, but given you have to pay to get in, I expected it to be taken care of. Instead if was quite gloomy and you could tell it’s no longer was what it once were. I wouldn’t say it was a disappointment but given it’s a short drive from Zurich, this might not be something you’d like to do if you’re only in Zurich for a long weekend.
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Date of experience: September 2017
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An_Expat_Wife wrote a review Oct 2017
Switzerland2,033 contributions331 helpful votes
Its a little weird. The sculptures are apparently 'gaudi-esq' but as someone who has seen gaudi buildings in Spain then I think you need to be using some hallucinogens to see the similarity. Possible that is what was going on when the 'park' was constructed.  Its not easy to get around if you are infirm or disabled. Lots of the areas are roped off and I think someone should inspect the pond outside the 'house' as it looks like a big breeding area for mosquitoes.  There is limited parking. Its 18CHF per adult to get in, its not open every-day. The restaurant is VERY expensive for what is available - we had brunch there. Its halfway between Dietikon and Spreitenbach and not easy to get to without a car, but to be honest I'm not sure why anyone would bother.  I live nearby and it took 5 years for me to visit and I certainly won't be back nor would I suggest our house guests waste their time here.
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Date of experience: September 2017
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